JAGUAR 2½ -LITRE
Saloon, drophead coupè.
Pure traditional and the same as late pre-war cars apart from the Jaguar badges and hypoid rear axles. Seven-bearing Standard engine should last for ever, if dural rods have been replaced by steel. Rot in the body (all-steel on all SS saloons for '38) is a more likely problem. Post-war dropheads from December '47 only, and almost all for export.